While Christmas might be a good 50 days away, in reality there's only about 35 shipping days.
You see the big question this year isn't who's been naughty or nice, but who's doing free shipping to Australia or not.
I'm on hunt for perfect presents that present themselves without me having to step foot inside a shop.
Continuing last year's online theme, I'm tracking down online stores that offer interesting and quirky gifts. You see most of my family are adults and I figure if they really wanted or needed something they just would have bought it. So instead, I'm going down the unusual path to find gifts I didn't even know existed.
There's always eBay, but the problem with eBay is that it's not great for browsing. You need to have some idea what you're looking for.
Here's some of the other sites I've found, but I'm always open to recommendations!
1. Think Geek
Initially I thought this was just the domain of pubescent boys, but apart from the Star Trek jumpers and Game of Thrones figurines, it has some great gadgets and tech-centric gifts.
2. MoMA Store
This online gift shop from New York's Museum of Modern Art is a treasure trove of nifty homeware, apparel and design pieces. A place to shop for that someone who has everything.
3. Not On the High Street
This site, like Etsy, is a marketplace where lots of people list the wonderful handmade things they've created. Lots of unique gifts you didn't know existed and it offers gift suggestion for people based on their personality.
4. Hard to Find
Offering free shipping within Australia, this website, as the name suggests, specialises in beautifully designed pieces.
5. V&A Shop
Once again, the online shop of London's Victoria & Albert Museum has some nifty pieces you're unlikely to find in K Mart. From homeware and stationery to jewellery, its collection has an old world charm.